Newspaper Page Text
TTIHE rXDRKSIGMJD COXTIM7E TC
X ft at fete stAit psm fir Bry SWet
mi Sk a4 Salt.
TO WOOL GROWERS.
OTIE rBIS51G.XD COXT-lT TO
Uess $nc tmiariy eJeswW salt
From Cliina !
PUB B 44 J. W. SEAYEE,"
TESE JSWE1SY for Ladies,
sies: TOR DHESSES,
W TCfcite GRASS CLOTH.
Pk- Slippers fer Ladies & Ccntltacn.
Pail, til Zibrsidrrcd Sil Scirfs.
Xa Ls-ccered Wort Salts.
lite? 8arve& Saadalwood & Ivory
All kinds cfPaaj,
Pearl. C-omrllan nod Irory Slcere
nation anil tuti.
JLast tar Ctmuumi wo ss r io neti-.
W1TE 1M ITHS!
China and Japan TEAS.
e. -Ac tc
r Afong- & Achuck,
NOTICE TO CAPTAINS
The Sandwich Islands.
OBBCMOTn mx cm: a nixsr
Fetewisg lireAMHals Lan.E- Here,
A 5on -and Lioness or Cubs,
A Spotted Leopard,
' A Variety of Deer,
iMOTRG ALIVE, RARE OR ATTRACTIVE
JOHN THOMAS irATauiorsc
M SALE WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
Okx Slreet Wkrf Store!
VARIETY OF GOODS!
TfcfeiTrHSE.IslHHls of thePacific !
S XeSTEWESTEKX TE1DE,
CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS.
SMrts of every kind and Quality,
Trritt, SttU Cf !,
CUTLEHY 0? EVERY KIND,
Imt sy nftiM fcr Tathg peipuct, Itri&E
"Wiadeiaea's Infits and Outfits!
Ancbom, Chains, j
TS bpc Bmfcbmlt t Pubu. EiUmI'i B6e2 OB, '
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS!
Bbs fed 1873 CeWa RiYBr Salmon. :;
Gxr of yssflu lUpe, Eeaticg't patent, '
EX SES T04EUCH. JCST LAXDED. ,
JtEFS KEBSEIE L C4RD BATCHES j
JSMMe Oarrf itm&a to arrive per iynx.
Bmttutoit?rtIss4 csstiat& Xaz-
l a& rams Craeat. fcai r&b-
Gcaoc, tk rant ocUkt u cm4 fej !
tZn u . nek, tUi etc rtto Xlz&i viK. wken BMt
maaii Va tmtmi tmM ef tttms. msd the tuVt xsp- t
ALSO THE LtlEST ETE5XED 1
BetaH Ile Each.
Sm tap lit wM &t pmt. aal c f sire
ttuHiie4esti ra: ttt thrr Inf. ctxsW
sataateit. A w tIit Scastuj ; ".4 tier
Xy sens J. T. WATERHOUSE, jr.,
Mes.i 1 ill i ti. xs-i Htten tvH esiteseri
5S T"! TEST BEST
&SB X6SI T.TBKKAL ITEM5.
Oimm-hj Orders TJrprx-lMZtT InTtteO.
. m TKOS. WATERHOUSE
Water I Water I
"J'aiim utiHia sencr, the hocks
M mm tmHammmmttLmmm. Tniteli iK Inmtn, J
i mrr i 1 " " " I
MM Ml tal SJ.
!Stn:T $aS .JL isd-fros. 4 to 5 P.K.
PIE FRUITS AND PICKLES !
Fm French Olive Oil,
Extensive Assortm't of other Groceries
H. HACKFELD & Co.
Columbia River Itcd Salmon!
Oftho Packing of 1873.
IlSi)!f ttf H. UAC-TELDA CO.
iDellinger's Pilot Bread!
Just Eeccmd ptr 3". A. Fa.rg.
re ckr tar h. KACcnxn a ca
JEFFREY & CO.'S EDINBURGH ALE,
5 .CARTS AND P1XIS.
OBITtULUi ALC IX Ql-JLKTS
6enat Ale. Key Biut to aparts u4 rt
IleSla t ca. sseaeS s te testca.
JLk ts, at .a I itunlUJnt
Claret T Serent &-i
Llebfrauenmilch, Rhine Wine !
Seltzer Writer, in Slone Jnp.
r cay frtJtfj xi. hac-Jd ca
A Small Lot of Westphalia Hams,
n ..ui r '
A Prime Article.
1 Just Eeceived ex B. C. Wylie,
1 .fer!o,s t,kr
IW tf IL KACKFKI A CO.
IX 100 lb. KEliS,
lOR SALE ET
TL hackixlo .t CO.
j ALL SORTS, SIZES & DESCRIPTIONS
BUILDING MATERIALS !
The Yard and on the Wharf!
iVor West Scantling Timber !
REDWOOD SCANTLING, TIMBER,
&c. &c, &c.
White Cedar and Redwood Shingles
White Pine Boards,
Doors' R-R lmo-52mo-) Sash
SASH AJiD BLINDS,
NAILS AND GLASS.
Wall Paper and Border
PAIHTS, OILS. TURPENTINE, VARNISH,
Paint and lYlilteirasIi Brushes,
Sash Weights it line.
AIPUULOASALT, ETC., ETC
GOODS DELIVERED IK TOWS FREE OF CHARGE,
-JLt mot rort In tnl Kingdom
WILDER & CO.,
Corner Fort and Qeen Streets
A. W. PEIRCJ3 & CO.
Offer for. Sale
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK!
ZFT-Otluc c$3 Bread !
Lime and Cement,
By Stcaaer from San Francisco,
Potatoes, Onions, &c.
.f gCTitft for ' "
Bread's Bcnh Xascex,
Perry Davis' PainlriTler,
Panlba Bait 57orfcji
Reports from oar consols on the pro
duction of tea in Japan bavo been issued
by the Foreign Office, and they are illus
trated by a native artist showing the pro
cess of preparing the tea. The best tea is
produced in the province of Yamashiro.
At OgurOjin that province, there are trees
from 400 to 500 years old, producing tea
worth $5 per lb. The hedges in the lanes
and around the kitchen gardens in the vil
lages are generally tea shrubs. The pro
duction of tea in Japan in 1571 is estima
ted at about S6,000,000lbs., about half the
quantity being consumed in that country
and about half exported. It is thought
that an increase of about 15 per cent, per
annum may bo counted on for some years.
The consuls describe the method of pre
paring the tea. The leaves are steamed,
then rolled out on mats or rubbed be
tween the hands, dried over a charcoal
fire, ami sifted : the process of drying and
sifting being repeated. Great care is ne
cessary in keeping the tea, when packed,
protected from the air; if exposed, it
loses both its flavor and its color. Tea
from young shrubs does not remain good
for more than a year; tea from old trees
is at its best at the cad of the first year,
and remains so for eisrht months. The
meits of K,to h3T0
crettmtr some Chinese over to tj reran; tea
c o r f
in the Chinese fashion; it is sold at prices
varying between Ss. and 10s. the kiu, the
kin being equivalent to 1.33 English lb.
avoirdupois. As is well known, China
leaf finds its wny to the hands of the
1 foreign purchaser fully cured and packed
i - and ready for exportation; but Japan
leaf comes to the market in a compara
tively raw state, requiring further firing
to extract sufficient moisture to permit its
exportation. There are several tea-firing
establishments in Yokohama, giving em
ployment in the height of the tea season
to some 1,S00 or 2,000 hands, mostly wo
men and children, who work at a sum
equal to id. a day, the working day be
ing from 7 A. M. to 5 P. iL Japan teas,
fine, finest and choice, rank with fine to
finest China Moynne greens ; medium to
good medium, with good to fineFoochow
or Amoy Oolongs; and low medium with
good cargo Oolongs. Japan tea finds
very little sale in the English market;
most of it goes to the United States or
Canada. Acting Yice-Consul Wilkinson
(Hiogo) explains that the taste for teas,
diSers in America and in England. In
America the prevailing taste is for green
or uncolored teas, and it has been found
easier and. more profitable to prepare Ja
pan teas as the former. The difference
depends partly on the original quality of
the leaf and partly on the preparation.
In the preparation of the black tea the
leaf is taken when fresh, and after it is
picked it is wetted and put into baskets,
where it is allowed slightly to ferment;
bat the Japanese have not yet adopted
this method, and it is thought it would
not be remunerative. There is a want of
body in the Japan tea, and lower grades
would not compete successfully with the
corresponding grades of Chinese tea ; the
latter can be produced more cheaply, and
gives a liquor more suitable to English
tastes. In the original quality of the
leaf, too, Japan teas are more suitable for
green teas. There is a difference also be
tween black and green teas in the manner
of firing. Black teas are fired in bas
kets ; but the bluish green color of the
leaf, which is preferred in America,' is best
produeed by firing in iron pans. Japan
teas are not, as a rule colored with anythe Colonial Government undertook to es-
jjijjujeiiL. iu iuc preparauun 01 unma
green teas there is a mixture used of gyp
sum and Prussian blue, or indigo, giving
a glazed slate color. In Xagasaki an imi-
: t t . 1. .? r nt ?
tation of Chinese green tea is prepared
and exported under the names of gun
powder, hyson, young hyson, and Twan-
kay. These are colored in this manner,
but nearly all the tea that goes from Yo
kohama or Hiogo is uncolored that is,
the only coloring it receives is from the
action of the heat and the metal pans. In
order to produce the color by these means,
the tea is very highly fired. This gives
the liquor drawn from it what teamen call
a "biscaity" flavor, which is liked in
America, but not liked in England so well
as the more mellow flavor which teas have
when not so highly fired. Tea is not im
proved by high firing, except that it will
keep longer without deteriorating, and
this no doubt is an advantage in the eyes
of dealers. But in the process of firiner it
loses more, and as the leaf is rendered
more brittle there is a larger proportion of
dust In basket firing tea will lose from
3 to 5 per cent. ; if fired in pans it will
lose 9 per cent. The color of the liquor
which Japanese uncolored tea draws is
like that which is drawn by fine Oolongs
a pale olive ; but it is not so bright as
that drawn by the finest grades of China
green teas. Great importance is attached
to the color of the liquor, as it is a rule
that the finer the grade of the tea the
paler is the liquor it draws. In ordinary
China black teas tfie flavor of the liquor is
considered more than the color, which is
generally reddish. It should not, how
ever, be muddy, as that indicates that it
has been adulterated. Japan tea is packed
in half-chest boxes, the average weight
being about 46 pounds. The lower the
grade of the tea the lighter it weighs ; a
box which will contain 55 pounds of the
choicest tea will hare only 4i pounds of
me common graoe. in some aisincts ot
Japan there has been great carelessness
shown in the matter of picking; owing to
the anxiety of buyers to hurry forward
purchases the natives were unable to de
vote the usHal time to the preparation of
the leaf. This carelessness, if continued,
must eventually lead -to loss. London
ITmes. - - .,!-'"-i
Xbe Origin oF the Annies of States
There is much that is interesting In the
study of the origin of the nanus of the
States of the Union, as they are derived
lrom a variety of sources. To begin in
the geographical order, we first have
Maine, which takes its name from tho
province of Elaine, in France, and was so
called, in compliment to the Queen of
Charles L, Henrietta, its owner.
Xe w Hampshire first called Laconia
from Hampshire, England.
Vermont, from the Green Mountains
(French, vertJ mont.)
Massachusetts, from tho Indian Ian
guage, signifying, "The country about
the great hilL"
Rhode Island gets its name from the
fancied resemblance of the island to that
of Rhodes in the ancient Levant.
Connecticut's name was Mohegan, spel
led originally, " Quon-eh-ta cut," signify
ing " A long river."
Xew York was so named as a compli
ment to the Duke of York, whose brother,
Charles IL, ceded him that territory.
Xew Jersey was named by one of its
original proprietors, Sir George Carteret,
after the Island of Jersey, in tho British
Channel, of which he was governor.
Pennsylvania, as is generally known,
takes its name from "William Penn, the
" sylvan is" meaning woods.
Delaware derives its name from Thomas
"West, Lord de la "Ware, Governor of Vir
ilarvland receives its name from tho
Queen of Charles L, Henrietta Maria.
Virginia gets its name from Queen
Elizabeth, the unmarried or Virgin Queen.
The Carolinas were named in honor of
Charles L Georgia in honor of Charles IL
Florida gets its name from Jasquas de
Flores, or " Feast of tho Flowers."
Alabama comes from a Creek word sig
nifying "The land of rest."
Louisiana named in honor of Louis
Mississippi derives its name from that
great river, which is, in tho Xatchez
tongue, "The Father oftho Waters."
Arkansas is derived from the Indian
word Kansas, " Smoky Water," with the
French prefix of arc, " a bow."
Tennessee is an Indian name, meaning
"The river with the big bend."
Kentucky an Indian name " Kain-
tuckee," signifying "At the head of the
Ohio Shawnee name for "Beautiful
Michigan's name was derived from the
lake, the Indian name for a fish-weir or
trap, which the shape of the lake sug'
Indiana's name is derived from that of
Illinois' name is derived from the In
dian word "Illinois," men, and the French
affix "ois," making it "Tribes of Men."
"Wisconsin's name is said to be the In
dian for a wild, rushing channel
Missouri is also an Indian name for
muddy, having reference, to the inuddi
ness of Missouri river.
Kansas the Indian name for smoky
The derivation of tho names of Ne
braska and Xevada is unknown.
Iowa signifies, in Indian language,
"The drowsy ones," and "Minnesota"
"The Cloudy Waters."
The origin of the name of California is
Education in Queensland.
By Queensland, Australia papers, we
find the public school question to be a
bone of contention. Some three rears aero
tablish publish schools in the country.
They succeeded in this, and an act of Par
liament was passed appropriating a school
fund for the maintenance of the schools,
irrespective of sectarian mfience. The
plan worked well, and there was a visible
improvement in the advancement of the
children during this time. But, from
some unaccountable cause, the Catholic
Bishop, Dr. Qninn, objected to this mode
of educating the Roman Catholic children
in the public schools, and stirred up such
a feeling against it, that at the late gen
eral election held in that Colony, snfficient
new members were elected to carry his
view into the Legislature, so as to kill the
further appropriating of the public money
for school lands.
There was another obstacle thrown in
the way by the Episcopalian Bishop,
Dr.Tufuel, who claimed that the children
attending the public schools were being
tampered, with by the Catholic Bishop,
through the influence of Catholic teachers,
"put m there," he said, "for that pur
pose." This, of course, brought the Slin
:.. :.t l .t.; r.. j ?.
uiCKiiu mcuiLTCja w bueir unu quite
a lively time was spent over the debate,
many hard things being said that "would
have been as well left unsaid.
The Ministry passed the readme of the
Appropriation Bill to the House, but only
tobe defeated. From this the school
question has fallen back into its original
system, leaving the parents to pay for
the education of their children, or let
them without an education as they may
seem .disposed. This action upon the
part of the Bishop is imprudent, because
the children are the losers in the end ; and
as one-half of the children did not attend
school at all before the Government took
the school question under its charge, it is
fair to say that the same state of affairs
wm occur again. "
There is still another cause of griev
ance at the bottom of this. Queensland
being the youngest colony in Australia,
was the first to follow the United States
system of education. This was owing to
the action of the late Attorney-General
for that Colony, Hon. Charles Lilly, -who
has upon every occasion . endeavored to
follow the Republican form of Govern
ment However, it is expected that that
f entleman will soon be at the head of the
linistry again, carrying out these ideas
eo far as he can practically do so.
How Royjo.1t Travels, Tho travel
ing train of the Empress of Russia is, per
haps, tho most compicto and luxurious in
the world, and it is, iudeed, a house upon
wheels. It consists of eight saloon car
nages and offices, connected by covered
passages, and is. divided into dining and
drawing-rooms, bedrooms and kitchen.
The dining-room has largo oral wiudows,
which give uninterrupted views over tho
country tnrougti wuicn tho train passes ;
the drawiug-room is an elegant apartment,
prettily furnished, and tho bedrooms might
be thoso of a comfortable house. Tho
beds are, seemingly, oftho ordinary kind,
but are in reality hammocks, which en
able their occupants to sleep without sus
taining any annoyance from tho vibration
of the train. Of course such an establish
ment would not be completo without ser
vants, and to the train are attached do
mestics of all kinds, from butlers to engine
drivers and porters. To the train, how
ever, is attached a sad rouvenir; it for
merly belouged to Napoleon ILL, and
was used by him for his Lyons journeys,
inoun it would De ciimcnlt to rccosrnue
it as tho same, so completely has it oeen
reconstructed and improved.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
And Now Offer for Sale the Cargo !
BRITISH BAEK BEN VOIBLICH,'
FROM HONGKONG. '
g2j25T r-lKTll,U5X tius,
610 Bolls Matting,
440 Camphor Wood Trunks,
372 Bales Twine,
514 Pkgs Tea,
178 Cases Packages,
159 Boxes Cigars,
167 Packages Chairs,
122 Cases Wine,
74 Packages Fire Crackers.
200 Boxes Oil,
55 Jars Soy,
61 Bales Paper,
30 Boxes Tobacco,
26 Pkgs Ironware,
477 Coils Manila Bope,
20 Boses Vermicelli,
801 Pakages Sundries.
CHULAN & Co.,
nondnlo, Oct. , 1571. ISMm Xunnnn St.
noxoirtc, IL I., July 7, 1S7J.
dfc" AXD ATTEll THIS DATE THE FOI
LUW ir.ti KATES will he chimd on all work don.
White or Colored Shirts, rollshed. each.-
mw or coiorea mrts, ruin, rocn
White or Colored Co liars, Polbhrd, Mh
u niie or uuorea collars, nam, eacn
White or Colored Cufis, mat erf,? pair
White or Colored Cuffs, Plain, ft pair
White Coats, ,
White Pants, each:
White Vests, ."-h
doth Coats, each
Cloth Vest?, each.
Night Shirts, each-
liiSht Pants, each.
Handkerchiefs, each -
Eoc-s or Stockings, H pair..
rnderclothlnjr. Plain, each x
Underdothing, Starched, each
Underclothing, Starched and Fl-ted, for each IlDffle.
lrts. nam. each ti
Skirts. Tacked or Fluted, (and 10c for each Baffle) each.
aisra, i oc-ea or t iniea, (ana luc lor eacn Kome) eacn.15
Waists, Tncted or tinted, and extra with lice, (and 10
cents for each unfile. tch , ,
. i.i i 0,
Dressses, White or Colored, Plain.
Dresses. Tucked or Fluted, (and 10 cents for each
itoinej mwn ' FT
Dresses, Raffled with Heading, and extra with Lace,
(and Zi centl for each Itocle) each SO
Ifliht Dresses. Plain. ech tt
yight Dresses, with Fluting, (8 cts. lot each Buffie) each SH
2nght0wns, Plain, each
Drawers, Plain, eac
Drawers. Fluted, eac
Waists, Plain, eac
Skirts, Plain, each .
Skirts. Tucked or Fluted, each, (and 10c for each BoCIevlO
slips, rln,eaeh , , t(
Slips, Tucked or Fluted, each, (and 10c for each Baffle) H
Dresses, Plain, each g-
iu c ru or xmieo , eacn, (ana locioreacnitiir.
or sn ings, V- r" -ii
Table Cloths, Large, Plain, each-
Table Cloths, Large, Starched, each
Table doths, Ifedlum, Starched, each-
1 lie uotns, Medium, Plain, each..
Table aotha, small, Bt-rc-ed, each.
lane uotns, email, nain, each.
&neets, single, each
-neeis, uouoie, eacn .
Towels, each ,...
Pow Slips, Plain.
IHlow Slips, Starched..
Hilow sups, noted.
Coanterpanef, Large, each
Counterpanes, Small, each
Blankets, Large, ech..
Blankets, Median), each.
Blankets, Small, each ,
Window Curtains, Large, el pa!r
Window Curtains, Medium, t pair-
w inaow Hmau, 1; palr.
oisito ets, eacn
3IX MOTTO-TVhat Is north clolux; at all, Is
worth doing; well.
3tX I5TEXTI0.Y To clveSatUfacllon to all.
MY TERMS Cash on Delivery.
I Respectfully Solicit tbe Public Patronage
M-Office at Jfessrs. IL F. WcUTTYHK BRO'HGro.
ceiT, Feed store and Bakery, Corner of Fort and King Sta.
S-ly W. if. WALLACE, Proprietor.
HAWAIIAN MESS BEEF,
C. BEETIEMAITH-, KATJAI-
--..tl w xiiiitocaL.
For Sale bj
" to A. TV. PEIKO: & CO.
EX D, C. MUBBA7.
CHOICE NEW PRINTS !
Dark Blue Blankets.
5 c, da
TIIXO. II. DATTES.
WABBkSTED PnRE,?rD VEET LTOUT
Co(or. Por sale by . - "
6 , BOLLE3 A CO.
CUTLERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION!
A GREAT ASSORTMENT OF HOLLOW-WJiRE !
TUt: Ssnce Ilry Pin, Tea Keltic., Iron Pott nd rurnace Boilers,
Galtanlicd Iron Tabs from 14 to SO Inches;
Galranl-c. Iron Buckets, 10, 11, 13, IS Inchc,
Guns, Blfles, Pistols, Caps, C-trIdR,.?o'Tder, Shot ind B-lll,
Seine Twine and Wrapping Twine, Piab. Hooks and Fish lines
Downer's and flevoc's best Heroseiie Oil,
DIRECT FKOil THEIR FACTORIES, EXPECTED SOON TO ARRIVE.
Dealer, desiring to pnrcae tbe OESV1XE
We would also call the attention of Local
Just Beceiredi the largest and
Brashes of every kind and quality,
PURE MANILA AND NEW ZEALAND CORDAGE.
Bits, Bridles and Spurs, Mule Collars and Hames,
Ox Chains. Trace Chains, Topsail Chains,
Bar Steel and Iron, Wrought Haih,
Cut and Wrought Spikes.'
Now is the Time to Buy Goods at- 30 per cent, "below their
Real Value, at the
Concrete Block, Nos. 95 and 97 King Street, Honolulu.
PERIODICAL AND NEWS AGENCY
AHXHICAK, EHOLISH AND AUSTRALIAN
ftrnUlied to Subtcribtrt tdthin Ten to Tttenty Layt
from the date tf publication.
And at prices that barelj coier the cost of subscription and
Papers Dclita-ed Free of Postage in any part
of the Group.
So Snbicriptlo-s taken for Leu tiaa Ons Year.
tar- Files mails np at short notice for Whalemen I TriTeleri
SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE ALWAYS IS ADVANCE.
y.T. Weekly Herald koo
The X. Y. Nation Ana
S. T. Weekly Time. ' ". . 400
Tho N. Y. Irish American 400
Ji. T. Ledger, a norjr paper J 00
X. Y. Weekly Tribune 00
X. Y. Weekly Zeitnng 8 00
Cornier dea ELti Uols a 00
Boetoa Commercial Balietln .....J! 800
jjoiion neemy joarnil SCO
SdentiHc American 400
Parpers III. Weekly fj 00
" Batar 5 00
Leslie's " Weekly Ion
' Zeltung 3 00
" Chimney Corner 6 00
London Weekly Punch g 00
Appletoa'a Joqrnal, monthly parts. , ..... .... 0 00
Erery Saturday, monthly parts sua
Hearth and Home son
London lit. News ."ll 00
London IIL Oraphie, '.'.li 00
umlzexorinn . - is1
OarTonngrolks, monthly $300
loam's Lompsnion, weekly,. 260
Little Corporal, weekly fsl
Nursery, monthly......................,,,..,,,...., jo
S.F. Weeklr Bulletin... Mm
S. T. Weekly Alt. gQO
tac. nettly union (Jfln
Daily Bulletin nan
Dally Alta California j.jn 04
Weekly Courier (rrenth) 12(0
IlEHOIOUS PAPERS .
X. Y. Independent, Conrrecatlonal organ .
Christian Union, II. W. Umber's paper 400
CbkE Advance, Congregational.. ....... ... 400
Eoiton CongregatlonalUt 400
X. Y. Obserter, Presbjterlin 4 CO
X. Y. -rangeiUt, Presbyterian 4 04
X. Y. Tablet. Catholic J a An
Bus ton Pilot, Catbolle joo
London HL Hew fii no
Orapblc .-IS 00
i-ai jisii .ou;et J200
Ereolcg Uail (trl-weekly Timei) 2S0O
Satorday Retlev . . 2oa
Lloyd's Weekly Times (
IloasXewi !"!"""!"" 10 m.
London Art Journal.. .....T1100
" Society llagaiine got;
' Cornhlll llagaxlne 8(ij
AH tbe Year Bouod ...... , 0 00
Blackwood's Sloolbly... aoo
Chamber's Journal , son
Good Wordi Jon,
Belgrarla ilagazlne , , goo
Temple Bar Slagasloe 0 04
EnalUb Bodelr am
Wastnioiter Quarterly .' .j.. ...... 4 00
Edinburgh Quarterly'. 400
British Quarterly 4 00
London Quarterly " 4 01
LittelPs Ilrlug Age, weekly fio 00
Lelectle Msgaii......... ................. 000
Harper's Jiagaslae. ........... ...... . .. .
AtbnUc ltootbly too
Scribner's Jloolbly " job
DemerMf Monthly . "" mM
Tb Galaxy joo
Orerlaod llonthly. . 6 00
rnNH nMmuum.. ................... .... 400
Antler's Lady's Magiilao "'" 403
Sabbath at Horn. J"
Our Young Folks .; jod
American Agricnllurist 2 10
Aortralaiiao, weekly ...1000
Town Country Jouraal... oo
ijdney Steamer HeraU 2S
Kf Any Periodicals, not la this list, will be ordered at asr
umm, ana suppuea t cost sad charger. .
11. 31. TrnrrarET;
1873 Columbia Biver Salmon.
TJV UARRELS AND IfAtP MAIinELS.
-L..A Fripo Qaality.-INono ttttar la tbe Market.
roreueny B0LLE3 t BO.
ARTICLE at a Low Figure, will forward their ordera
and Country Sealers to our freih stock 0
PAINTS. AND OILS!
Best Assortment in the Market.
8 Card Matches, on hand and to Arrive
DILLINGHAM & CO.
THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE
Possesses a good -338011111001 of
JOB PRIITI3MG TYPE,
Well adapted to the Printing of
POSTERS OF AISTZ: SIZE!
ElTIim I2TPLAIX OR
o y . o o x o at
- . .
HOTEL BILLS OP PARE. J
' . . JtEGEIPTS.
HTlng long enJoyed,tU eonlfdeneo and patro-azs
oftBepnWrafa my boitbeii trawaetlonf, IUiatbU
SPP'rtnnltjr to return ay thanks for pait hjoit, aao?1
rerpee'tfaK-aik a contlnotnee ofjh mbj, -" '
l u. i. iviuxKEi-;-.'--.- -
. JProprletor. .